A woman living next to the site of a proposed new church in Peterhead has slammed the plans.
Organisers of the Scottish Traditional Boat Festival at Portsoy hope the event is the perfect tribute to the man credited with transforming it into a major international attraction.
A north-east councillor who flouted the authority's planning rules to improve his own shopfront has been allowed to keep the changes he made.
Aberdeenshire Council could run out of money as it bids to deliver a new multi-million-pound community campus for Peterhead.
An inquiry is to be held into the death of a convicted murderer who died at a north-east super jail.
A derelict building in a north-east park could be transformed into a home for a men’s shed group.
A young father of two who tried to help his friend avoid police detection by claiming a mass brawl was taking place in a north-east village has been jailed.
Community groups in the north-east have been handed a share of more than £5,000.
The tender for a major regeneration project in Peterhead has gone live.
An 800ft trench in the Moray Firth could be given a special government designation to protect the sea creatures which dwell there.
A dying man has pleaded with the Home Office to return the cannabis oil he relies on to ease his symptoms.
A Banff street originally closed for three months will now remain shut until the end of summer.
North-east youngsters have dominated a national dance competition with performances inspired by subjects as diverse as the moon landing and global warming.
Councillors will be asked to approve almost £2,000 in funding for projects designed to improve life in north-east communities tomorrow.
A north-east country park is preparing to play host to a popular family event.
Fears ‘desperate’ people could be put off claiming for benefits by cost of GP letter to prove they can’t work
Fears have been raised that disabled people in the north-east could be put off seeking benefit payments they are owed as many are forced to pay up to £120 for GP letters to support their applications.
Organisers have celebrated a year of staging dementia-friendly discos in a north-east town by putting on a special birthday bash.
The Aberdeenshire Health and Social Care Partnership is holding a series of public events as it develops its own dementia strategy.
Wind surfing equipment, defibrillators and a new kitchen are among some of the items which north-east community groups could buy if councillors approve funding.
Pupils at a north-east secondary school were given the afternoon off yesterday to cheer on their very own footballing superstar.
A space dedicated to unpaid carers’ at a north-east country park is in line for a major revamp.
The free use of Aberdeenshire car parks is facing the axe, despite impassioned pleas from business and community leaders.
A north-east bowling club has secured funding to repair its precious green.
Planners have backed a councillor who installed a new shopfront on his Fraserburgh restaurant without permission.
Planners are backing a construction firm’s bid to drop one of the conditions for its 400 property development in an Aberdeenshire town.
A north-east harbour now has 24/7 patrols after the council appointed weekend watch staff.
The former boss of the group charged with boosting the fortunes of Peterhead town centre is to open a cafe just yards from his former shop.
A former north-east bowling alley damaged in a fire three years ago could be given a new lease of life.
Funding to improve parking around a north-east hospital could be approved next week.
A north-east bowling club could be handed a funding boost by councillors next week.
Fraserburgh lifeboat crew were called into action to help a stricken trawler for the first time since their counterparts in Peterhead were suspended.
The boss of a north-east recycling firm feels they are being made to look like “criminals” by residents unhappy that their facility is operating 24 hours a day.